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North Pacific Ocean animal life

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Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include:

Pygmy sperm whales are small members of the toothed whale group, and one of two species in the family Kogiidae.
Sei whales (pronounced "say" or "sigh") are members of the baleen whale family and are considered one of the "great
Killer whales most widely distributed marine mammals, found in all parts of the oceans; most abundant in colder waters, including
Sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) are the largest of the odontocetes (toothed whales) and the most sexually dimorphic cetaceans, with males
  PHYLUM: Chordata CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Cetacea FAMILY: Phocenidae GENUS: Neophocaena SPECIES: phocaenoides TOOTHED or TOOTHLESS (BALEEN): Toothed FRESHWATER, SALTERWATER
Harbor porpoises have a small, robust body with a short, blunt beak. Females are slightly larger than males. They have
Humpback whales are well known for their long "pectoral" fins, which can be up to 15 feet (4.6 m) in length. Their
Gray whales are mysticetes, or baleen whales. Gray whales are the only species in the family Eschrichtiidae. These large whales
Fin whales are the second-largest species of whale, with a maximum length of about 75 feet (22 m) in the Northern Hemisphere,
Subspecies of the spinner dolphin include: Eastern spinner (Stenella longirostris orientalis) Central American spinner (Stenella longirostris centroamericanus) "Whitebelly" spinner (Stenella

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